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The Butler weekly times. (Butler, Mo.) 1881-1918, August 13, 1914, Image 5

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Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods
Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags
Furnishings for the Family
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN GINGHAMS for School Dresses
American
LEADERS FOR 29 YEARS
Sti
1 Ttoe
If you get busy at once
you can still put up a
-SILO this year and
save your corn that is
drying up. "
We Still Can Supply
One TUNG LOK Silo,
and nearly any size in
our H and H silo, 100
ton for $150. Get in
touch with us at once
- before someone beats
you to it.
Just received a car of Fir Flooring fo
50 ton S50 Silo
Get busy at once
Call
H. O. Wyatt & Son.
Won i n t h e Olouds
A masterpiece of Sensationalism
Saturday, August 15, 1914
MATINEE AND NIGHT
AT THE
Electric Theater
.Three reels of airships,' lions, elephants, jungle
fights and savages, depicting a thrilling battle from
an airship with savages. Closing with the blowing,
up of the whole savage village with lyddite bombs
dropped from the air ship. jl :--. -I
In conjunction you will see
The Career of Waterloo Peterson
- Rex Drama
Stolen Glory Powers Drama
Making 5 reels-5,000 feet-all for.
Fifty Years Prove That
GLOVER BRAND FERTILIZERS
-r' - -.: are best
Blood Bone Tankage
You can raise two bushels of wheat
, --. - where you only raised one. - . '
y ,v GET OUR PRICES
J. . WARNOGK,
"The Day light Store
are arriving
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BUTLER. MO.
daily
Miss Mary Hennessey of Nevada, is
visiting friends here for a week.
Miss Ethel Coonrod is visiting
friends here.
All the party committees met at
the court house Tuesday to organize
pursuant to law. ,
Mrs. John Coleman has returned
from Decatur, 111.
. Miss Amy Herrell is visiting rela
tives in Lincoln, Nebraska.
H. B. Wagoner of Adrian, was in
Butler Tuesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. FnY-snnt Sun-
day with Jas. N. Sharp near Passaic.
More trunks and suit Cases. Wal-ker-McKibben.
Mrs. 0. B. Ray and little daughter
spent the latter part of the week in
Adrian.
Dr. H. M. Cannon transacted busi
ness in Kansas City the latter part of
the week.
Jake Weiner of Walnut, Kansas,
visited friends in Butler and vicinity
this week.
Miss Bessie Knott of Saline county
is visiting her uncle and aunt, W. T.
Cole and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Grout are re
joicing over twin boys. They arrived
Tuesday morning.
Big Buck men's shirts 50c, the
best. Walker-McKibben.
W. H. Dunn of Grand River town
ship was in Butler Friday shaking
hands with friends:
The residence of .Grover Carroll of i
Summit township,1 was destroyed by '
fire Saturday afternoon.
j
- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Etter returned
home Sunday' from a week's visit;
with relatives in Holden, Mo.
Miss Bessie Archer and Allen Dov- j
erton of Trinidad, Colo., are guests ,
at the home of Col. T. L. Harper. .
Special rain "and wind proof um
brellas $1. Walker-McKibben. ;
Frank Holland of. Summit town
ship, returned home Sunday from a
several days' visit in Appletdn City.
W. F. DuvalloftheDuvall-Percival
Trust Co., left Friday for a business
trip through the New England States.
Allen, the Land Man, will conduct
a special excursion to Alberta, Cana
da, 03 Aug. 18. Round trip ticket 1
$42.00.
Harry Henry left the latter part of j
the week for Denver, Colorado, where
he ' expects" to 'spend the heated
months.
W. J. Middleton and H. B. Chelf of
Mingo township were business visit-1
ors to the county seat the latter part j
of the week.
Mrs; J. S. Brown and son, Omar,
accompanied by Mrs. Thos. K. Stout
have returned home from a motor
car trip to Bartlesville.
Fire Chief Gordinier. and Chas.
Hupp went . to Kansas City Monday pneumonia. Funeral services were
and purchased some needed supplies ! conducted at 6 a. m. Monday morn
for our fire department! j ing by James A: DeArmond and the
New voile shirt waists . 98c Wal
ker-McKibben.
1
Clark Wix and son, John, were in j
the city Tuesday. John will return j
to Hepler, Utah, where he has been !
located for the past year. . ' I
em ri.ii... pi r.- . 41 i
nomination for county treasurer jnj
that county last Tuesday. Mr. Dalton I
was formerly a crtizan of Bate 1
J. B. Walton of the Walton Trust
Co., returned home from a business
trip to Chicago.
Edward Johnson and family of
Houston, Texas, arrived the latter
part of he week for a visit at the
home of B. F. Johnson.
Dr. T. C. Harper of Trinidad, Colo.,
accompanied by his sister arrived
the latter part of the week for a visit
at the home of T. L. Harper.
R. W. Payne of Greenfield, Mo.,
who at one time held the post of pri
vate secretary to the late Congress
man DeArmond, spent Saturday in
Butler.
Buff Orphington, April hatched,
pullets and cockerels for sale, $1
each. Duroc Jersey gilts, one year
old October 30th. v
Olrs. Chas. S. Concklin,
43-4t X Butler, Mo.
The three sons of F. R. Allen, the
, land man, Cloyd, Willie and Alva,
left Friday morning in their Brush
. runabout for a trip through northern
! Missouri. .
1 Game Warden J. A. Patterson of
Nyhart was in the latter part of the
! week making pointed inquiries of
I certain of our sportsmen regarding
their hunting licenses.
The residence of Charles Smith
west of the depot, caught fire Friday
afternoon, and the fire department
j responded promptly. The blaze was
! extinguished without difficulty.
Best shirtings 10c yard. Walker
McKibben. Mrs. A. W. Thurman of Joplin, ac
companied by her daughter, Miss
Josephine, returned to Joplin Satur
day after a visit here with Dr. and
Mrs. J. Everingham, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Walton.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Crutsinger
were called to Garden City Saturday
on account of the "serious illness of
their little son who has been visiting
his grandmother at that place
Homer Clark, who lives east of
Butler, was severely dog bitten Tues
day, while attempting to lift the dog
into his buggy. He was bitten in the
right-wrist, but as he received prompt
medical attention no bad results are
feared.
New shipment of Warner's Rust
Proof corsets. Walker-McKibben
Clyde N. McFarland, who for sev
eral' months has been looking after
the McFarland ranch near Hart,
I Texas, arrived home the latter part of
j the week, and will spend several days
here looking after business interests.
Alex Snider, Warren Duvall, Tom
Walton," Elliott Walker of Butler and
Miss Nita Clark of St Joseph are
spending a few weeks at "Camp
Comfort," the summer camp of Mr.
and Mrs. D. K. Walker in the Ozarks
near Hollister, Mo.
Miss Aggie Zinn died at the Foster
Hotel in this city 'Sunday morning of
oouy snipped 10 uaney, nansas ior
interment under certificate furnished
by the county coroner.
Messrs. F. J. Rogers and L. W.
Lent of Charlotte township, who con
stitute the auctioneering firm of Rog
ers and Lent were in Butler Saturday
on a business.missionand favored us
with a pleasant calL Both young
men arenustlers, and have had both
education and experience in the auc-
Black & Arnold Clothing Co.
Luther Judy returned from Kansas
City Tuesday.
.More white hats for ladies, large
sizes 50c Black-Arnold.
Chas. Campbell of Greenwood, is
visiting friends here.
7Mrs. Ray Smurr of Independence,
is visiting friends here.
All kinds mens and boys shoes,
Black-Arnold. r
Mrs. W. E. Walton returned from
Excelsior Springs Monday.
Miss Nina Gordon of Oak Grove, is
visiting Miss Sallie Curry here.
Keep coming in. Black-Arnold.
Mrs. Claude Cosgrove of Kansas
City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Denton.
The Chautauqua is in full swing
and the large audiences are getting
the worth of their money. - "
Our trade continues to grow, we
thank you. Black-Arnold.
Mrsr Joe Little left Monday to join
her husband in Kansas City, where
they will reside in the future.
All kinds mens and boys shoes,
Black-Arnold.
w. u. Atkeson s horse died one
day last week. He is looking for an
other. Men's odd pants. Black-Arnold.
Miss Genevieve Black of Archie, is
speWinga week with her sister, Mrs.
A. F. Fox' -
Wiley Lenhart has returned after a
several day's visit in Webb City and
Joplin.
Shirts, dark blue 35c, 3 for $1, hick,
ory kind. Black-Arnold.
The Hon. Lucien Baskerville and
Claude Lampkin were over from Ap
pleton City Tuesday.
Mrs. Robert Hurt visiied her uncle
in Harrisonville last Monday. He is
90 years old. -
Kompers 50c, Black-Arnold.
The Butler baseball club lost to
Rich Hill last Sunday on the latter's
diamond, 4 to 3.
T. W. Silvers, uccompaiiied by his
little grandson, Jack McClelland, is
visiting relatives in Parsons, Kansas.
More of those fadeless dark blue
Headlight overalls. Black-Arnold.
Claude Mahan, of Adrian, accom
panied by Prof. F. E. Burris of Beth
any, Mo., spent Saturday in Butler.
J. H. Sater and Ellen Ellifritts,
both of Rich Hill, obtained license to
wed Monday.
Soft dress shirts, Black-Arnold.
.Miss Neva Keeser, cashier at Nor
fleet & Ream's is spending her vaca
tion in Denver and will be absent
about a month.
Khaki trousers, $1. Black-Arnold.
Superintendent L. F. Robinson of
the Rich Hill schools has resigned,
and will go to Texas where he will
continue to teach.
Mrs. W. F. Reeder of Adriari, and
Mrs. Leda Whittaker of the Canal
Zone, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Welton last Sunday.
New goods coining in all the time,
no old to offer, Black-Arnold.
Mrs. W. F. Duvall, accompanied by
her son, Leslie, left Saturday . for
Denver, Colorado. They expect to
spend several weeks in the mountains.
. Miss Mattie Boulware, after a visit
with relatives in North Missouri, ar
rived home last Saturday. -She was
accompanied by Mrs. John Boulware
of La Plata, who will visit here.
Elk shoes just received, $2.50, soft
and easy. - Black-Arnold.
One Hundred
Buggies for Sale
The recent drouth has caused us to anticipate a slow fall
trade, however, we are not pessimisticrbut in order to move our
stock of buggies now on hands, we want you to know that we
want to sell them, and to sell them RIGHT. NOW.
We have a large stock of the very latest styles and paints
of the very best makes, and if there is anything in the vehicle
line that you will buy we are sure we can please you.
In addition to our new stock, we always , have, a lot of good
second hand vehicles of every description that we will sell cheap.
We sell buggy tops, cushions, poles, shafts. , etc.
One nearly new farm wagon at a bargain.
: Don't fail to see us for anything, in the vehicle line.
McFARLAND & SONS
ONLY A FEW DAYS
LEFT TO BUY
Men's Suits '
. Off
Boys' Suits
14 Off
Childrens Suits
tf Off
All Trousers
Off
All Shirts
Off
All Underwear
y4 off
Hats and Caps
Off
1 Lot 30 Suits
$20.00 values . $ 1 0.00
$15.00 values. ... . . .7.50
$13.50 values. . . . . .8.25
$10.00 values . ... 5.00
FollOWtheM
-TO- .
Joe Meyer
THE
CLOTHIER
Miss Mignon Coleman who has
been visiting relatives and friends at
Quincy, Illinois, for several weeks,
has returned home.
G. D. Warnsing of Petersburg, Illi
nois, spent several days here the lat
ter part of the week looking after his
real estate interests.
All kinds mens and. boys shoes,
Black-Arnold.
Mr. ancPMrs. Jas. Elgin of Sedalia,
Mo., who have been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Elgin
have returned home.
Suit cases,' trunks, Black-Arnold.
A two year old son of Mr. and Mrs".
William G. Thomas died at their
home Sunday. The little body was
buried in Rogers' cemetery Monday.
Misses Louise and Theresa Mead
arrived home Sunday from an ex
tended visit with relatives in Seattle,
Washington.
Boys long khaki pants. Get him a
pair. Black-Arnold.
Nathan Bailey of Butler, and Miss
Pernesa J. Harrison of Merwin, were
united in marriage" Wednesday morn-,
ing by B. F. Jeter.
: Mrs. R. R. Deacon left Wednesday
morning for Fon-du-lac, Wisconsin,
where she expects to remain, enjoy
ing the lake breezes until late fall.
Her husband, R. R. Deacon, accom
panied her as far as Kansas City. ",
county. - ttiojieeringune. - .

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